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July 1, 2013

The Who Rock Liverpool



Photos by Dave Munn


The Twittersphere – @TheWho – started buzzing yesterday morning, as fans, young and old, mod and metro, made their pilgrimage to Liverpool’s Echo Arena to see The Who perform Quadrophenia (and greatest hits). And it hasn’t stopped buzzing since. The Who didn’t disappoint their audience and the stage production, directed by Roger Daltrey, of Quadrophenia, which has already been described in several press articles as the definitive Quadrophenia, met and beat expectations.


“An amazing gig,” writes Marc Waddington of the Liverpool Echo, “and as you sat through the video montage of momentous events from the year they formed through to now, you got a feeling that this band will never die, just as their music never grows old.”


Click HERE for Marc Waddington’s full review.


The Who take ‘Quadrophenia and More’ to Paris and Amsterdam this week before closing the tour on Monday July 8th at Wembley Arena, London. A few tickets are still available HERE.



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22 Responses to The Who Rock Liverpool

Chris says: July 1, 2013 at 10:31 pm

Watched The Who last week in Manchester, as Gary Barlow would say, “Absolutely Fantastic”.
I am not sure Marc Waddingtons write up though, i’m sure it was Scott Devours on the drums.

Not lost it chaps, keep the Union Jack flying.

Simon Jarman MBE says: July 1, 2013 at 7:49 pm

I am sixty years old seen many bands over the years, unfortunately never seen the WHO before but always admired their work.

It was absolutely fantastic and Pete Townsend and Roger Daltry will go down in history as two of the best. Grear to see the two other talents who are no longer with us come through on video.

A great night, thank you, Simon Jarman

Pat says: July 1, 2013 at 7:39 pm

I was at the Liverpool Echo Arena last night and it was probably the best gig I have seen in the last 10 years. I last saw The Who at The Southampton Guildhall in 1971 (I think!)soon after the release of Who’s Next. The way they rampaged through Baba O’Reilly last night was like going back over 40 years again.

Literally speechless – can’t get all those high notes any more!


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